Viacom employees flooded their followers’ newsfeeds with more than 1,800 Twitter and Instagram posts flooded on May 15, answering our call to share their Viacommunity Day experiences with the wider world using the #ViacommunityDay. As of our latest count, this lead to 31,500 likes, comments and shares – more than 2.6 times last year’s engagement. Read More
On May 15, Viacom employees around the world put on their out-of-office autoreplies and volunteered at local projects on Viacommunity Day, the company’s annual day of volunteer service. Whether it was beautifying parks and schools, helping the elderly and underprivileged, being a companion to animals in shelters, or mentoring young people, thousands of our employees came together to be the difference. Beyond the collective impact of the day, the objective is to inspire employees to get involved with participating nonprofits and organizations year-round in a deeper way. In New York City alone, Viacom employees volunteered at more than 50 organizations, including, Literacy Inc., Central Park Conservancy, Friends of Hudson River Park, Inner City Scholarship Fund, Soaringwords, SAGE, Food Bank of NYC, the Humane Society, and much more. Read More
This Friday, the majority of Viacom employees put on their out-of-office autoreplies, made their way to a community service project of choice, and rolled up their sleeves to do something good – as is tradition on Viacommunity Day, our company-wide day to give back. All around the world, droves of Viacom employees dispersed across hundreds of volunteer sites — another year of record numbers, as participation steadily grows. This year, employees worked on everything from packing goody bags for Boston First Responders, to rebuilding sites still devastated from Hurricane Sandy, and conducting mock interviews for the unemployed in need of such training.
In honor of Viacom’s service on Viacommunity Day, Viacom President and Chief Executive Officer Philippe Dauman and a group of employees rang the NASDAQ opening bell Monday morning. Following the bell ringing, I sat down with Dauman to hear his take on the Company’s corporate conscience and why this day of service is so important. Here’s what he had to say. Read More
Viacom’s year-long commitment to giving back culminates each year in Viacommunity Day, the Company’s annual day of volunteer service, during which we put on our out-of-office autoreplies, make our way to a volunteer project of our choice, and roll up our sleeves to do something good. Read More
We’ve tallied the rally, and more than 1,400 Paramount employees turned out for Viacommunity Day, joining thousands of our co-workers from divisions across Viacom for our corporate day of community service. While “good” is really immeasurable, our volunteers racked up some impressive stats. Read More
In many respects, Viacommunity Day – Viacom’s longstanding annual day of community service – is the much-anticipated tentpole event of the pro-social work we do here all year long. And in many respects, from level of participation to number of projects around the world, this year’s was our biggest and most successful to date. Read More